The 106th edition of
TWA Days

Starts next week

We are excited about showcasing Glen View Club to all of the members and guests who are scheduled to participate.  This year our full field of 78 teams in 13 flights will compete over two days of four-ball match play.  Click here to find the complete tournament program which was mailed out to all members and guests.  This program outlines the schedule of events, flight information, starting times and pairings for all 5 matches, and information about our special contests.  

The practice round will shotgun start at 1:00pm on Thursday, July 18.  If you have not signed up and would like to play in the practice round, please email or call the Pro Shop at 847-729-3611.

The dinner for TWA Days will take place on Thursday, July 18th following the practice round.  The Entertainment Committee has planned an evening you will not want to miss.  Dinner will be seated at 7:30pm in the Main Dining Room & Poolside Terrace and there will be live entertainment and dancing immediately following.  All TWA Days participants will need to RSVP with the number of members, guests, and spouses planning to attend.  To RSVP, please reply to this email, or call the Front Desk at 847-729-6500.   In addition to the Thursday night dinner, there will also be a number of TWA Days Social activities organized for spouses.  Information regarding these activities is included in the complete tournament program.

Best of luck to you and your guest playing in TWA Days and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.


To our Father-Son Trophy Winners

William Downe & Jeff Downe.
Thank you to everyone for participating, we hope you enjoyed
the tournament.

Click here for full results.

Special mention
Hole-In-One on #2 during the Father-Son Tournament
Tad Eckert with an 8 iron. Distance: 160 Yards
Well played Ted!

Revealing the lie

It does impact accuracy
Test after test conducted by golf magazines, club fitters, and even those trying to “bust” myths, substantiates the fact that you’ll hit more accurate approach shots if your lie angle is a perfect match to your golf swing.
Irons toe down
Strike the ball with the toe slightly down and your ball will go right of the target (right-handers).
Iron heel down
Strike the ball with heel down and your ball will travel left of the target (right-handers). 

The mechanics of this are obvious really. Make contact with the turf with the toe of the club and the club face will open. Make contact with the heel and the face closes. It’s how imperceptible it feels to most of us, and how large the impact is, that surprises everyone.

Are your clubs telling a lie?
Do you think you’ve hit a solid shot but missed on one side? Is it your setup; your swing path and face angle; or your lie angle? You’d be blown away to discover how many golfers play with a lie angle that makes the game harder. Make it easier to hit better golf shots.
Get fitted >

A better life for them

Have we reached a crisis point?
Our children are becoming slaves to social media. A 2016 study in North America concluded that the AVERAGE number of social messages a teenage girl processes in a day is 1,700. Yes, seventeen hundred. Unbelievable, isn’t it?
How do you process SEVENTEEN HUNDRED messages per day and do everything else? You need the hieroglyphics of the 21st century.

Let us add balance to their lives
Have your child enroll into one of our group sessions to learn to play golf, and we’ll have them outdoors, interacting, learning new skills, and having a whole lot of fun they can take out onto the golf course. They won’t stop playing computer games, but for a couple of hours each time we’ll have them off the phone, out from in front of the screen, engaging in fun activity.
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